Bengaluru (Bangalore) Weather







The city of Bangalore experiences a very favorable weather throughout the year. The city is located in the Deccan plateau of southern peninsular India and is situated at a height of 949 meters above the sea level.

The warmest month in Bangalore is April and the coldest month is January. The climate in Bangalore is basically dry tropical savanna climate.

The summer in India is very hot at other places, while the people of Bangalore have to use blankets at night during the summers. For this reason the city is sometimes called 'the Air-conditioned city' of India.

Bangalore always experiences a very soothing weather with warm summers and cold winters. But neither the summers are very hot, nor the winters are very cold. Rainfall takes place quite often. If one is planning for a visit to this wonderful city, it is better to avoid going to the place in the rainy season from July to September. Bangalore witnesses the south-western monsoon rains.

The most favorable time to visit the city is during the months of October to February when the climate is highly pleasant.

The maximum temperature level at the summer time can rise to 36°C whereas that during winter can even go below 17°C. The average annual rainfall in Bangalore is 859 mm. The weather in Bangalore is neither too humid nor too dry.

The weather becomes foggy in the early mornings of October to February which is the maximum in the months of December and January. The climatic condition in Bangalore is very much influenced by the low cloud during the months of June to September.



Last Updated on : 03/12/2013



     


     

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